Fedora Community Blog: Heroes of Fedora (HoF) – F26 Alpha

Hello and welcome to this issue of Heroes of Fedora focused on Fedora 26 Alpha release! The purpose of Heroes of Fedora is to provide a summation of testing activity on each milestone release of Fedora. So, without further ado, let’s get started!

Updates Testing

Compared to Fedora 25 Alpha, there were 244 less testers who contributed to Bodhi updates in Fedora 26 Alpha.

Test period: Fedora 26 Alpha (2017-02-28 – 2017-04-04)
Testers: 84
Comments1: 690

NameUpdates commented
besser82208
heikoada109
pnemade70
cserpentis56
lupinix35
piotrdrag29
renault21
adamwill19
sumantrom9
raveit656
frieben6
dustymabe5
raphgro5
akurtakov5
ngompa5
lnie5
roshi4
pbrobinson4
gnokii4
filiperosset4
anonymous4
pwhalen3
…and also 62 other reporters who created less than 3 reports each, but 74 reports combined!

1 If a person provides multiple comments to a single update, it is considered as a single comment. Karma value is not taken into account.


Validation Testing

Compared to Fedora 25 Alpha, there were 7 less testers this release and 67 less testing reports.

Test period: Fedora 26 Alpha
Testers: 20
Reports: 323
Unique referenced bugs: 9

NameReports submittedReferenced bugs1
pwhalen1411420520 1434943 1434951 (3)
roshi571434619 (1)
sumantrom25
pschindl18
alciregi17
jsedlak8
coremodule8
tenk71437525 (1)
fab7
satellit6
siddharthvipul16
adamwill51433560 1434462 1435010 1437299 (4)
lnie5
kevin5
cmurf3
h4xr1
a2batic1
krouma1
lbrabec1
sumantro1

1 This is a list of bug reports referenced in test results. The bug itself may not be created by the same person.


Bug Reports

Compared to Fedora 25 Alpha, there were 38 more Bugzilla bug reports and 59 more bug reports.

Test period: Fedora 26 Alpha (2017-02-28 – 2017-04-04)
Reporters: 114
New reports: 274

NameReports submitted1Excess reports2Accepted blockers3
lnie231 (4%)0
Adam Williamson180 (0%)4
Heiko Adams110 (0%)0
Stephen Gallagher100 (0%)0
Dan Horák81 (12%)0
Lukas Slebodnik80 (0%)0
Paul Whalen64 (66%)1
Chris Murphy60 (0%)0
Dusty Mabe60 (0%)0
Jitka Plesnikova60 (0%)0
Joachim Frieben60 (0%)0
Leslie Satenstein61 (16%)0
Richard W.M. Jones50 (0%)1
Jiri Eischmann50 (0%)0
Ali Akcaagac41 (25%)0
Andrey Motoshkov40 (0%)0
Micah Abbott41 (25%)0
Sylvain Réault40 (0%)0
Alessio32 (66%)0
David Sommerseth30 (0%)0
Mike Ruckman30 (0%)0
Mikhail30 (0%)0
Petr Schindler32 (66%)0
Vedran Miletić30 (0%)0
Éric Fintzel32 (66%)0
Björn “besser82” Esser20 (0%)0
Brian Bouterse22 (100%)0
Christian Crispino20 (0%)0
Elad Alfassa20 (0%)0
Freddy E. Montero20 (0%)0
Igor Gnatenko20 (0%)0
Jan Kurik20 (0%)0
Joël Krähemann20 (0%)0
Kamil Páral20 (0%)0
M. Edward (Ed) Borasky20 (0%)0
Mamoru TASAKA21 (50%)0
Mark Wielaard20 (0%)0
Matus Honek20 (0%)0
Menanteau Guy22 (100%)0
Mikko Tiihonen20 (0%)0
Miro Hrončok20 (0%)0
Pavel Grunt20 (0%)0
Pavel Zhukov20 (0%)0
Petr Pisar20 (0%)0
Ralf Corsepius20 (0%)0
Remi Collet20 (0%)0
Rex Dieter20 (0%)0
Seppo Yli-Olli20 (0%)0
Stanislav Zidek21 (50%)0
…and also 65 other reporters who created less than 2 reports each, but 65 reports combined!

1 The total number of new reports (including “excess reports”). Reopened reports or reports with a changed version are not included, because it was not technically easy to retrieve those. This is one of the reasons why you shouldn’t take the numbers too seriously, but just as interesting and fun data.
2 Excess reports are those that were closed as NOTABUG, WONTFIX, WORKSFORME, CANTFIX or INSUFFICIENT_DATA. Excess reports are not necessarily a bad thing, but they make for interesting statistics. Close manual inspection is required to separate valuable excess reports from those which are less valuable.
3 This only includes reports that were created by that particular user and accepted as blockers afterwards. The user might have proposed other people’s reports as blockers, but this is not reflected in this number.


Conclusion

Thank you to all the testers who contributed to Fedora 26 Alpha testing! Without your support, Fedora would not be the quality OS that it is. With your continued testing, we will move forward with Fedora 26 and see you for the F26 Beta release!

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